Indonesians’ trust in their criminal justice system is shaky, at best, and access to justice among women and rural communities is poor. Dio Ashar Wicaksana, Executive Director of the Indonesia Judicial Research Society, outlines how to begin fixing legal machinery that’s in severe need of repair.
Legal systems share many features, despite their diversity. They also share a need to be made accessible in a local context in Southeast Asia, according to global provider of legal information and analytics LexisNexis.
Arie Sudihar, Secretary-General of the Judicial Commission, Indonesia, shares how inter-agency and international cooperation can boost the cyber defence of its courts and drive legal tech adoption.
Interview with Teerat Limpayaraya, Public Prosecutor at the Office of the Attorney General, Thailand.